- Two grade 6 students received praise for their outstanding invention which will enable learners to complete homework without electricity
- The invention was a product of the Eskom Expo for young scientists
- The two boys attend Fountain Five Primary School in Ratanda Township, Gauteng
The old saying goes that necessity is the mother of invention. A prime example of this was when Jabulo Ndlovu and Vusi Musi struggled to complete their homework as a result of loadshedding.
The two grade 6 learners, therefore, decided to invent a lighting bag, which could light up without electricity.
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The pair showed off their brilliant invention at the Eskom Expo for young scientists.
YEN.com.gh understands that the event took place in September 2018, but the news was shared on Tuesday by Twitter user, @HeSouthAfrica, and went viral.
Fountain Five Primary School in Ratanda Township was beaming with pride as their 2 students showed off their brilliance.
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Social media users heaped praises on the two youngsters but urged them to get protection for their idea and themselves.
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This is very commendable. They had a problem and figured out how to solve it, kudos to them.
Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that a young girl has served as an inspiration to many after she gained admission to 31 universities as well as N333.3 million in scholarships.
The young girl from Georgia, Kayla Willis, took to her Twitter page to share the good news and also show off her achievements. According to her, she was encouraged to post her success on social media after a friend urged her to show the world how great she is.
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